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    symbain j2me

    hi all ,

    i am a new bie to symbain, i want to port my MIDP application to symbian is there any way that i can use same code for symbian platform to get the build.

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    Re: symbain j2me

    Symbian phones support J2ME. You could start reading some docs in the developer library, that covers both S60 and S40 platforms:

    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n...s_Library.html

    Also, you can download the S60 SDK for Java here:

    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n..._for_Java.html

    In general, there is no need to have separate builds of your j2me apps, and the only require is that the Symbian phones you're targeting do support the APIs you've used within your app.

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    Re: symbain j2me

    actually i am using netbeans so may i able to create .sis file through this

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    Re: symbain j2me

    If you want to generate a SIS application, you should port your code from J2me to Symbian C++. If this is your case, a good place to start for developing Symbian apps is Forum Nokia Symbian main page:

    http://www.forum.nokia.com/main/reso...ian/index.html

    Anyway, if your goal is to make your app run on Symbian devices, things are much simpler, since Symbian phones support J2me apps, and you do not need to generate a SIS, but you can directly deploy a JAR files.

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    Re: symbain j2me

    thanks,

    i want to do coding in java langague is it possible.

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    Re: symbain j2me

    Sure you can. As I've said J2me is supported on Symbian phones, together with alot of optional APIs.

    I think you can start taking a look at the links I posted before, so you can have more infos about this.

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    Re: symbain j2me

    ok thanks
    but just tell to me how to create sis file through netbeans.

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    Re: symbain j2me

    You cannot create a SIS file through NetBeans. Additionally you do not need to create a SIS file if you are developing with Java ME (J2ME).

    You need to create a JAR (and JAD) file based on your Java code and install these files on the phone (it can be a Symbian phone or some other phone)

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    Re: symbain j2me

    ok
    i am try to craete our application in symbian and for this i m installed S60 Sdk ,carbide and active perl i am create just hello world application and i want to test it on real device but i am not able to create sis file.so please tell me the right way for creating sis file .i am totally new for symbian
    Last edited by sis1987; 2008-04-19 at 11:06.

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